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Loyalist's murder in front of son and among shoppers 'barbaric and reckless'

The murder of a loyalist in a busy supermarket car park as his three-year-old son looked on was a barbaric and reckless act, a senior detective has said.

Northern Ireland

Woman abused in church-run home returns to where she was 'truly happy'

A victim of historic child abuse at a Catholic Church children's home is to make an emotional return to her hometown in a bid to trace her long lost family.

Northern Ireland

Tories target Jeremy Corbyn's security record as polls suggest Labour advance

The Tories and Labour have clashed after senior Conservatives claimed Jeremy Corbyn would pose a security risk if he enters Number 10 after the General Election.

Northern Ireland

Man gunned down in supermarket car park in front of young son

A man was shot dead in front of his young son i n the car park of a busy supermarket, police said.

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SDLP veteran Seamus Mallon says future for children priority over past

Former Northern Ireland deputy first minister Seamus Mallon has challenged politicians to create a future for children rather than focus on commemorating the past.

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Man shot in supermarket car park

A man has been shot in the car park of a supermarket in Northern Ireland, police have said.

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Jeremy Corbyn says unionists and republicans must get credit for N Ireland peace

Jeremy Corbyn insisted credit should be given to all unionists and republicans who helped deliver peace in Northern Ireland, as he denied speaking to the IRA.

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Ukip's Paul Nuttall 'would not rule out' internment for terror suspects

Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has suggested he would be prepared to back the detention without trial of suspected terrorists.

Northern Ireland

Police get more time to question man held after deaths of pensioners

Murder squad detectives have been given more time to question a suspect over the killing of a pensioner couple.

Northern Ireland

Rivals in razor-edge constituency at odds over Brexit factor

The two main rivals in traditionally Northern Ireland's tightest electoral race are at odds over whether Brexit will prove the decisive factor this time round.

Northern Ireland

Ex-Clinton aide Nancy Soderberg: Time for 'generational shift' in peace process

A former Clinton aide who played a key role in securing Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams his first US visa has said it is time for a "generational shift" in the peace process.

Northern Ireland

Thundery bank holiday downpours set to end summery spell

Torrential thundery downpours are set to descend on Britain over the bank holiday weekend, bringing an end to the spell of summery weather.

Northern Ireland

Murder of pensioners in their own home is 'incomprehensible', say family

The family of a pensioner couple found murdered in their own home have said it was an incomprehensible killing.

Northern Ireland

IRA bombing campaign was completely wrong because it killed civilians - Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn has condemned the IRA's bombing campaign after coming under severe pressure to single out the terror group for criticism.

Northern Ireland

Two senior IRA members responsible for Kingsmill massacre, inquest told

Two senior members of the IRA were responsible for the Kingsmill massacre, an inquest has been told.

Northern Ireland

DUP's Arlene Foster accuses Sinn Fein of 'hypocrisy' over Manchester response

Democratic Unionist leader Arlene Foster has rubbished republican attempts to differentiate IRA attacks on Manchester from the suicide bomb outrage.

Northern Ireland

Referendum on a united Ireland will not happen, says Arlene Foster

Former Northern Ireland first minister Arlene Foster has said she does not expect to see a referendum on a united Ireland in her lifetime.

Northern Ireland

Prince Philip enjoys 'very witty' chat with DofE award group in Northern Ireland

The Duke of Edinburgh was in jovial form as he visited Northern Ireland officially for perhaps the last time.

Northern Ireland

Sinn Fein: Brexit could devastate Northern Ireland's farming industry

Brexit could herald the end of the small family farm in Northern Ireland, Sinn Fein has warned.

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No new customs points planned for Irish border after Brexit, says Revenue chief

Ireland's tax chief is "almost 100% certain" there will be no new customs posts along the Irish border after Brexit.

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